A Raymond Tinnerman coats automotive parts fasteners and clips … a lot of them
MacDermid offers three products that protect against the formation and growth of microorganisms during plating applications without using harmful phenol compounds.
Metex Elite 510 P from MacDermid is a caustic-free, non-silicated, mild alkaline cleaner for aluminum formulated to remove a variety of soils.
MacDermid will showcase its ZinKlad line of coatings, which are hexavalent chromium-free and are formulated for a consistent coefficient of friction and improved corrosion performance under the most rigorous conditions.
MacDermid’s Electrolac UV coating system has enabled the company to expand its Fashion Finishes line to include colored metallic coatings that can be used on heat-sensitive substrates such as plastics, zinc die cast and aluminum.
MacDermid’s NiKlad ICE Ultra is designed to combine the hardness and uniformity of electroless nickel deposits with the lubricity and anti-stick properties of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE).
See the video that showcases company's capability in the automotive plating sector.
MacDermid’s ZinKlad 1000B (TnT-12) finish has been approved to GMW 16730, a General Motors finish specification.
MacDermid offers a variety of satin, bright and dark chrome finishes designed to deliver rich colors and textures while still meet demanding corrosion performance standards.
More finishers are warming up to using non-chrome passivation as a way to satisfy customers who don’t want to use hexavalent chromium for corrosion treatment.
The Metex Rack Stripper SS-20 from MacDermid is designed to electrochemically dissolve and remove nickel, copper and other plated metals from a variety of types of stainless steel rack tips.
MacDermid’s Kenlevel Ultra chloride zinc plating system can be used in both barrel and rack applications in full-potassium, and low- and full-ammonia formulations.
MacDermid has added to its global OEM staff, appointing Aaron Pokowski manager of its Ford Global Account and Glen Breault manager of its GM Global Account.
TriPass ELV 2500LT from MacDermid is a trivalent chromium passivate designed to produce an iridescent film on electroplated zinc deposits from acid and alkaline electrolytes.
MacDermid’s ZinKlad 1000 coatings have been approved to the Ford WSS M21 P51 specification (S-450).
MacDermid has promoted Gary Sikora to North American product manager for anti-corrosion coatings.
GM-driven process increases materials that can be chrome plated.
MacDermid’s NiKlad Eclipse, on display at Sur/Fin 2011, is a process designed to consistently produce a true black electroless nickel deposit on a wide variety of substrates.
An overview of decorative and hard chromium electroplating processes.
By definition, electroless plating is metal deposition by a controlled chemical reaction.
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